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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by brendonb11, Sep 1, 2013.
You are correct. Tag is indeed out of bounds. Back to my former tag.
Just happy this thread is still alive.....even if alot of the tags are up north...
Is it really? Maybe on life support. But then again all four CT games are barely moving. I admit it's partly my fault. Maybe we should intro a wildcard rule.
On life support! Yeah, it's crawling along. This summer was so busy, I was barely up in CT to check in on any of the tor games. Maybe with a few more weeks of good weather, they'll pickup?
You speak of a wildcard rule... want to elaborate?
Life's gotten busy for me with NDR of late but I'm always game if the tags are on the left third of the state.
I just put a Seat Concepts seat on my SM, I'm going to try for a few tags.....
I was away for 4-5 weeks this summer and the rest of the time I was removing an old patio.
Wildcard allows you to post a tag that is very similar to the current tag but not the same.
Like a street sign same name but different location, different library, town hall, school, etc.
Oops..when I get out of work (tomorrow a.m) I'll try again, if no one has moved it on yet.. was actually going somewhere else near by ( and south of the I84) and me got confused. Thats what happens when you work 3rd shift!
Then today I heard mention of my 'somewhere else' on the news..
New tag..better hurry before it's gone..
I just found it, lol, thx.
Right next door to my office!
heard Friday it's closing, a shame. Met a Danbury P.O there early this morning, we were both taking pictures, as we both had visited, but never taken snaps. Had a nice chat.
Sad - my ex's dad gave all of his WWII uniforms to them to display. He was in the battle of the bulge - spent 5 years in the European theater battling the Germans and met the Russians at the border at the end of the war.
Request to get them back. You should have them.
Old tag: Danbury Military Museum:
I never even heard of the Military Museum. I wish I did, because I would like to have visited...... before it closed down.
From what I read all the iron is being shipped to a museum in Beth Page, Long Island